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City Owned Artworks

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The City of West Hollywood maintains a collection of 18 unique art works. The art works can be found in parks, parking structures, and traffic medians.


Rocky and Bullwinkle

Sunset and Holloway - Rocky and Bullwinkle (city owned artwork)

In 2015, the Jay C. Ward Family gifted the Rocky and Bullwinkle sculpture to the City of West Hollywood for exhbition on the Sunset Strip. For a short time the art work was exhibited in the lobby of City Hall (shown above). The sculpture has been conserved and is currently in storage until its final pedestal is constructed at the corner of Sunset Boulevard and Holloway Drive. The art work materials are plaster, fiberglass, paint, and steel.

Phillip K Smith III_West Hollywood Park_LookingSoutheast_Night Phillip K Smith III_West Hollywood Park_LookingSoutheast_Day

647 N San Vicente Boulevard - West Hollywood Park Phase II - Phillip K. Smith III (city owned artwork)

Parallel Perpendicular is a series of five freestanding mirrored volumes composed of parallel and perpendicular planes that hover above the landscape. It is meant to be an entirely interactive piece - through the movement of the reflections of the trees, ground sky and people...every viewer becomes a part of the actual skin of the art work. The art work materials are stainless steel, glass and LED.


For questions or to report a damaged or vandalized artwork, contact Rebecca Ehemann, Public Art Administrator, (323) 848-6846 or For people who are deaf or hard of hearing, please call, TTY: (323) 848-6496. To learn more information about the City of West Hollywood and its arts programs visit